The Hope Chest of Arabella King
When Aunt Arabella's hope chest is finally opened after fifty years, the King family is dismayed to find only the tattered remnants of her trousseau. But Sara is not to be discouraged. Sure that something else, something important, is hidden in that chest, she enlists the aid of Aunt Olivia, the Avonlea Chronicle's newest reporter, to get to the bottom of this mystery. Adapted from the award-winning, internationally acclaimed television series, the magical adventures of the Story Girl continue--in the spirit and tradition of Lucy Maud Montgomery--for a new generation of young readers.
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